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Three women start a costume renting company after losing their jobs.

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Maarja Jakobson ...
Alice
Anne Reemann ...
Ada
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Jana (as Evelin Pang)
Karol Kuntsel ...
Ivar
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Andres
Madis Kalmet ...
Edgar
Marika Vaarik ...
Silvia
Hannes Prikk ...
Bergvald
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Siimer (as Toomas Urb)
Hannes Kaljujärv ...
Kalev
Herardo Contreras ...
Stjopa
Andrus Joala ...
Stjopa Jr.
Raivo E. Tamm ...
Toomas
Lauri Kink ...
Rain
Aarne Soro ...
Edur
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Erki
Sepo Seeman ...
Mr. Lõbu
Ireen Kennik ...
Pussycat
Ago Anderson ...
Lauri
Marta Vaarik ...
Keit
Mirtel Pohla ...
Administrative assistant #1
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Administrative assistant #2
Üllar Saaremäe ...
Jaan
Rita Raave ...
Madame
Erik Ruus ...
Vello
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Mr. Kask
Rein Nettan ...
Hugo
Hannes Hugo Urbla ...
Hugo's son
Sandra Sisask ...
Child #1
Markus Andreas ...
Child #2
Hans Matthias Andreas ...
Child #3
Tarvo Vridolin ...
Guard
Kalle Kõiv ...
Security guard #1
Tanel Saar ...
Security guard #2
Janek Sarapson ...
Security guard #3
Mart Toome ...
The angel
Frederic Guerrero Solé ...
Preacher in the streetcar
Maris Rätte ...
Commercial model
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Man in the hallway (uncredited)

Directed by

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Peeter Urbla

Written by

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Maureen Blackwood ... () (as Mo Blackwood)
 
Valentin Kuik ... () (uncredited)
 
Peeter Urbla ... ()

Produced by

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Anneli Ahven ... producer
Mika Ritalahti ... co-producer
Nico Ritalahti ... co-producer (as Niko Ritalahti)
Peeter Urbla ... co-producer

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Tiit Kikas

Cinematography by

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Mait Mäekivi

Film Editing by

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Anri Rulkov

Editorial Department

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Ewa Kucharska ... color grader

Production Design by

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Inessa Josing

Costume Design by

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Inessa Josing

Makeup Department

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Kristel Kärner ... makeup artist
Lii Kärner ... assistant makeup artist (as Ly Kärner)
Tiina Leesik ... assistant makeup artist
Ene Viksi ... assistant makeup artist

Production Management

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Andres Arro ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Elo Selirand ... first assistant director
Ralf Siig ... first assistant director

Art Department

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Margus Mänd ... art stand-by
Rein Nettan ... property master
Ain Nurmela ... set designer

Sound Department

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Ants Andreas ... sound
Tiina Andreas ... sound
Olger Bernadt ... boom operator
Alex Hudd ... sound consultant: dolby
Peter Nordström ... sound mixer

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Armin Altorf ... pyrotechnician

Camera and Electrical Department

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Katrin Kissa ... clapper loader
Vitali Kladijev ... assistant grip (as Vitali Kladiev)
Meelis Maamägi ... lighting assistant
Eduard Pissarenko ... grip
Andrus Prikk ... assistant camera
Anno Proosvelt ... lighting assistant
Rein Pruul ... camera operator
Vahur Puik ... still photographer
Jaan Riim ... electrician
Ralf Siig ... clapper
Mihkel Soe ... camera trainee
Mart Taniel ... assistant camera
Ants Martin Vahur ... Steadicam operator
Ken Vainokivi ... lighting assistant
Ilja Vassiljev ... assistant camera

Location Management

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Margit Orunuk ... location manager

Music Department

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Ivar Põllu ... composer: song "Ime"

Transportation Department

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Aarne Liiv ... driver

Other crew

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Krista Fazijev ... production secretary
Anne-Mari Neider ... making-of
Ingrid Nõmmik ... production assistant
Juha-Veli Äkräs ... production assistant

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Ilmar Raag ... thanks

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Plot Summary

After a collapse of a TV-company, Alice, Ada and Jana pull themselves together and establish their own company. They start rent out costumes and provide make-up services. Dressing up people who seek a new identity for one night, is a job that requires wizard-like imagination - coming up with crazy ideas, but acting with good taste and subtlety. Despite the competition and disagreements they manage to run their business successfully until the day when the love affair of the youngest woman takes a fatal turn. Company will be closed, and they find themselves back where they started. By portraying these three women and their clients, the film provides an intriguing picture of urban people, looking for their identity in a country in big changes - their worries and their striving towards something new, something prospering, something beautiful. Written by Anonymous

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Also Known As
  • Unelmien puoti (Finland)
  • Shop of Dreams (World-wide, English title)
  • Sklep z marzeniami (Poland)
  • Стильная вечеринка (Russia)
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Runtime
  • 110 min
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Budget EUR607,000 (estimated)

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